Nancy A. Ross
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Is income inequality a determinant of population health? Part 1. A systematic review
J Lynch, GD Smith, SAM Harper, M Hillemeier, N Ross, GA Kaplan, ...
The Milbank Quarterly 82 (1), 5-99, 2004
10352004
Relation between income inequality and mortality in Canada and in the United States: cross sectional assessment using census data and vital statistics
NA Ross, MC Wolfson, JR Dunn, JM Berthelot, GA Kaplan, JW Lynch
Bmj 320 (7239), 898-902, 2000
5832000
The determinants of First Nation and Inuit health: A critical population health approach
CAM Richmond, NA Ross
Health & place 15 (2), 403-411, 2009
4302009
Health disparities in Canada today: Some evidence and a theoretical framework
KL Frohlich, N Ross, C Richmond
Health policy 79 (2-3), 132-143, 2006
3892006
Relation between income inequality and mortality: empirical demonstrationDiminishing returns to aggregate level studiesTwo pathways, but how much do they diverge?
M Wolfson, H Gravelle, RG Wilkinson, G Kaplan, J Lynch, N Ross, ...
Bmj 319 (7215), 953-957, 1999
3071999
BMI and mortality: results from a national longitudinal study of Canadian adults
HM Orpana, JM Berthelot, MS Kaplan, DH Feeny, B McFarland, NA Ross
Obesity 18 (1), 214-218, 2010
2722010
Neighbourhood influences on health in Montreal, Canada
NA Ross, S Tremblay, K Graham
Social science & medicine 59 (7), 1485-1494, 2004
2552004
Social support and thriving health: A new approach to understanding the health of indigenous Canadians
CAM Richmond, NA Ross, GM Egeland
American Journal of Public Health 97 (10), 1827-1833, 2007
2132007
Postmenopausal breast cancer is associated with exposure to traffic-related air pollution in Montreal, Canada: a case–control study
DL Crouse, MS Goldberg, NA Ross, H Chen, F Labrèche
Environmental health perspectives 118 (11), 1578-1583, 2010
1912010
Body mass index in urban Canada: neighborhood and metropolitan area effects
NA Ross, S Tremblay, S Khan, D Crouse, M Tremblay, JM Berthelot
American Journal of Public Health 97 (3), 500-508, 2007
1542007
Experiencing difficulties accessing first-contact health services in Canada: Canadians without regular doctors and recent immigrants have difficulties accessing first-contact …
C Sanmartin, N Ross
Healthcare Policy 1 (2), 103, 2006
1472006
Income-related health inequalities in Canada and the United States: a decomposition analysis
KM McGrail, E Van Doorslaer, NA Ross, C Sanmartin
American journal of public health 99 (10), 1856-1863, 2009
1452009
Associations between neighbourhood walkability and daily steps in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis
S Hajna, NA Ross, AS Brazeau, P Bélisle, L Joseph, K Dasgupta
BMC public health 15 (1), 1-8, 2015
1252015
A prediction-based approach to modelling temporal and spatial variability of traffic-related air pollution in Montreal, Canada
DL Crouse, MS Goldberg, NA Ross
Atmospheric environment 43 (32), 5075-5084, 2009
1252009
Social support, material circumstance and health behaviour: Influences on health in First Nation and Inuit communities of Canada
CAM Richmond, NA Ross
Social Science & Medicine 67 (9), 1423-1433, 2008
1232008
Exploring the material basis for health: characteristics of parks in Montreal neighborhoods with contrasting health outcomes
SE Coen, NA Ross
Health & place 12 (4), 361-371, 2006
1222006
Double burden of deprivation and high concentrations of ambient air pollution at the neighbourhood scale in Montreal, Canada
DL Crouse, NA Ross, MS Goldberg
Social science & medicine 69 (6), 971-981, 2009
1152009
Community belonging and health
N Ross
Health reports 13 (3), 33, 2002
1132002
A review of protective factors and causal mechanisms that enhance the mental health of Indigenous Circumpolar youth
JP MacDonald, JD Ford, AC Willox, NA Ross
International journal of circumpolar health 72 (1), 21775, 2013
1102013
Does the Food Stamp Program cause obesity? A realist review and a call for place-based research
NL DeBono, NA Ross, L Berrang-Ford
Health & place 18 (4), 747-756, 2012
1052012
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